The National Weather Service released its latest expected snowfall maps this morning with all of MoCo coming in on the 3-4” range.
In the images you’ll also see a “reasonable worst case scenario” map showing a possible 6-7” if there’s a boom scenario and a “low end amount” map that shows just over an inch area-wide.
We are under a Winter Weather Advisory from 9pm tonight until 5am tomorrow and the Friday morning commute is expected to be impacted by this storm.
Things should get started late tonight with the heaviest snow falling in the early morning hours. This will be more of a fluffy, sweepable snow, but will stick immediately due to how cold the ground is.
First Pencil Prediction for Friday, 1/7/22: 3 Pencils ✏️✏️✏️
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